Winter To Be Read List

Winter To Be Read List

I really need to stop writing to-be-read lists because I’m always sick when I’m working on them. All the more time to read, I guess. 😉

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it is officially Christmas season and almost winter! Nothing could be better on a cold day than curling up with a book (or audiobook) and reading for hours. I have eight books I’m hoping to finish by the end of February.


The Inheritance by Tamera Alexander

I read a book by Tamera Alexander (With This Pledge) earlier this year and loved it. I don’t usually read westerns, but I just audiobooked one last week and I enjoyed it, so I’ll give this one a go!


A Christmas Carol and Other Stories by Charles Dickens

I confess, I have already read two of the three stories in this collection—A Christmas Carol and The Chimes. All I have left is The Cricket on the Hearth, which I haven’t read before.


Chester and Gus by Cammie McGovern

This looks like an adorable story from the point of view of a service dog. I’m hoping it won’t be sad like a lot of dog books tend to be.


Breach of Trust by DiAnn Mills

I have a lot of books on my shelves by DiAnn Mills and I’m hoping to get through some of them this winter. This one is a romantic suspense and looks pretty interesting.


A Texas Legacy Christmas by DiAnn Mills

I’ve heard great things about this little book (which happens to belong to my mom 😉). I’ve been saving it for Christmas season. I better get reading!


When the Lion Roars by DiAnn Mills

Last DiAnn Mills book for now. XD This book takes place in Sudan and the blurb says something about “the redemptive power of sacrifice.” I love stories with sacrificial characters in them.


No Better Friend by Robert Weintraub

Another dog story! This book has been on my shelves for a long time. The cover says it’s about “A man, a dog, and their incredible true story of friendship and survival in World War II.”


The Christmas Doll by Elvira Woodruff

I’ve read this book several times and it used to be one of my favorites. It’s been a while since I’ve given it a re-read, so I’m excited about this! It’s about two orphan sisters who live in London. It has a Dickens-esque vibe.


You might be wondering if I finished my fall TBR. No, no I did not. Will I finish my winter TBR? Probably not, but we’ll see.

Have you read any of the books on my winter TBR? What are you reading right now? What is your favorite Christmas story (besides the one in the Bible 😉)?



Oliver’s Travels!

Oliver and my fall TBR
Oliver likes nothing better than sitting on top of a stack of books.

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